What is the opposite of hound?

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Noun
Opposite of someone with a strong affinity for something
Noun
Opposite of an unkind, evil or unscrupulous person
Noun
Opposite of a person who is fanatical about a particular activity or interest
Noun
Opposite of a disreputable or detestable person
Noun
(hero) Opposite of an unkind, evil or unscrupulous person
“Everyone mobbed Donnie because to them, he was a hero for preventing what they saw as a useless prelude to an unnecessary gang war with the powerful Barbary Coast.”
Noun
(benefactor) Opposite of an unkind, evil or unscrupulous person
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Opposite of a dog, especially a mongrel
Noun
Opposite of an unkind, evil or unscrupulous person
Noun
Opposite of a person who has done something wrong or unlawful
Noun
Opposite of an inhumanly cruel or wicked person
“Different people brought out different sides of him, and he was known to be an angel to those he liked and a devil to those he despised.”
Verb
Opposite of to harass, bother or persecute, especially relentlessly
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Opposite of to follow or pursue, typically in order to keep track of, or to apprehend, someone
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Opposite of to suffocate a person's space as if to coerce them to do something
“He tried his best to make conversation but would relent when it became obvious she wasn't interested.”
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Opposite of to demand earnestly or pressingly
“The doctor would deter my efforts to pursue a sporting profession due to how prone I am to injury.”
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Opposite of to pursue with an intent to catch
“Gunther would lead them on a wild goose chase.”
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Opposite of to follow or chase after
“At that point, Siringo was ordered to abandon the chase and proceed to Montana.”
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Opposite of to be preoccupied with a single topic or emotion
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Opposite of to inflict, or threaten to inflict, physical or emotional harm to
“Jonas then tells Isla that, moving forward, he would protect her from Jacob and the other bullies.”
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Opposite of to coerce into doing something using intimidatory tactics
“The overall goal of disaster response sheltering is to encourage people to evacuate in order to prevent loss of human life.”
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Opposite of to be (constantly) subjected to something unpleasant
“I hope to God that he will bless me with sunny weather on my wedding day.”
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Opposite of to approach and speak to boldly or aggressively
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Opposite of to bully in an intimidating, bossy, or supercilious way
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Opposite of harp on at
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Opposite of to cause anguish or distress to
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Opposite of to pursue, typically in order to keep track of, or to apprehend, someone
“He would lead all others in the race by a substantial margin.”
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Opposite of to drive away
“I can't invite a boor like him to dinner, as he is likely to offend the other guests.”
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Opposite of to stealthily trail or watch
“The detective would eventually lose track of the suspect because of all the commotion around him.”
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